Lovie Smith was the head coach of the Chicago Bears when they selected Gabe Carimi with their first round pick in 2011. While Carimi struggled during his first two seasons with the Bears, the connection seemed like it could work in Carimi’s favor when Smith was named the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach in January. 347 more words
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Gabe Carimi was thought to be the next great tackle out of Wisconsin.
Some NFL personnel men thought he was going to follow in the huge footsteps of Cleveland Browns great Joe Thomas and anchor the left side of the Chicago Bears line for 10 years. 917 more words
By Adam Hoge-
(CBS) — As we move through the offseason, I’ll periodically take some time to review the 2013 season by position group and look ahead at possible changes in 2014. 1,872 more words
(CBS) Former Bears first-round draft pick and offensive lineman Gabe Carimi has been released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to multiple reports.
Carimi had been trying to lock up a roster spot under the watch of new Bucs coach Lovie Smith, who he played for in Chicago after being drafted 29th overall in 2011. 26 more words